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Thread: Weeb Asks: "Haven't served? How is it (they have) a say in Iraq?"

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    Weeb Asks: "Haven't served? How is it (they have) a say in Iraq?"

    Oh that's right, it's McCain's son!

    Since barack hussein obama never served and his wife or children haven't served, how is it he has a say in iraq?

    Since McCain comes from a long line of soldiers and his 19 year old son served in iraq and his 21 year old son is graduating the Naval academy, according to you libs, Senator McCain's opinion hold more water than hussein or any of us that haven't served.

    Unlike big ears, McCain never uses his family as a shield for political gain.

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    With all due respect, this isn't Starship Troopers. Service does not equal Citizenship in the United States.

    If Obama wins, he has "say" about Iraq, because he will be the duly elected President of the United States. May not like it, but it is what it is, the will of the people be done.

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    [QUOTE=Spirit of Weeb;2611265]Oh that's right, it's McCain's son!

    Since barack hussein obama never served and his wife or children haven't served, how is it he has a say in iraq?

    Since McCain comes from a long line of soldiers and his 19 year old son served in iraq and his 21 year old son is graduating the Naval academy, according to you libs, Senator McCain's opinion hold more water than hussein or any of us that haven't served.

    Unlike big ears, McCain never uses his family as a shield for political gain.[/QUOTE]

    Yes, Obama ought to send his eight year old daughters into combat.

    Do you really feel that anyone who served in combat is automatically better than anyone who did not serve? Clearly you voted for Kerry over Bush in 2004based on the same argument.

    Would you support Duke Cunningham, the prison inmate who was perhaps the most corrupt member of congress until recently? He was a much better, much more decorated fighter pilot than even McCain was. He's also a crook.

    Obama "has a say in Iraq" because he was elected to the United States senate by the people of Illinois, who are paying for the war along with the rest of us.

    His opinion also ought to hold sway because, back in 2002, he outlined exactly why the war was a terrible idea, listing many of the reasons it wound up being a strategic blunder.

    McCain, for all his admirable service, cheerled us into a massive blunder. Obama, despite not having served, was right.

    Go figure.

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    I thought the issue was that if you are for the war in Iraq and are of age, you should enlist instead of just talk about how we should stay in Iraq.

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    what a steaming turd of a 1-star thread...

    chickenhawk rhetoric at its most transparent....

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    Weeb you sound stressed - maybe a vacation to sunny Iraq? I hear things are really going well over there. You should check it out.

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    I really don't care about either candidate's military service record.


    But this is a little scary

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl32Y7wDVDs"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl32Y7wDVDs[/URL]

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    [QUOTE=Spirit of Weeb;2611265]Oh that's right, it's McCain's son!

    Since barack hussein obama never served and his wife or children haven't served, how is it he has a say in iraq?

    Since McCain comes from a long line of soldiers and his 19 year old son served in iraq and his 21 year old son is graduating the Naval academy, according to you libs, Senator McCain's opinion hold more water than hussein or any of us that haven't served.

    Unlike big ears, McCain never uses his family as a shield for political gain.[/QUOTE]

    So I guess you had an issue with Bush hiding behind his family to stay out of Vietnam then? Or Cheney who had other priorities that helped him get multiple deferments?

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    Move over Dean, Weeb is going to take the lead for a bit.


    [QUOTE=Spirit of Weeb;2611265]Oh that's right, it's McCain's son!

    Since barack hussein obama never served and his wife or children haven't served, how is it he has a say in iraq?

    Since McCain comes from a long line of soldiers and his 19 year old son served in iraq and his 21 year old son is graduating the Naval academy, according to you libs, Senator McCain's opinion hold more water than hussein or any of us that haven't served.

    Unlike big ears, McCain never uses his family as a shield for political gain.[/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=cr726;2612698]Move over Dean, Weeb is going to take the lead for a bit.[/QUOTE]


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    [QUOTE=Spirit of Weeb;2611265]Oh that's right, it's McCain's son!

    Since barack hussein obama never served and his wife or children haven't served, how is it he has a say in iraq?

    Since McCain comes from a long line of soldiers and his 19 year old son served in iraq and his 21 year old son is graduating the Naval academy, according to you libs, Senator McCain's opinion hold more water than hussein or any of us that haven't served.

    Unlike big ears, McCain never uses his family as a shield for political gain.[/QUOTE]

    Hahaha. All that didn't seem to matter so much when you voted for Bush, huh?

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